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Genetic Cost of Lost Sleep, insomnia, melatonin, cancer

Genetic Cost of Lost Sleep

Previous studies report that metabolism is negatively affected by sleep loss, with sleep loss linked to an increased risk of obesity and type-2 diabetes.  Jonathan Cedernaes, from Uppsala University (Sweden), and colleagues  studied 15 healthy normal-weight men who on two separate occasions came to the lab for almost 2-night long stays. During the second night…

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International Scientist Appeal on Electromagnetic Fields, Martin Blank, PhD Spokesperson

International Scientist Appeal on Electromagnetic Fields, Martin Blank, PhD Spokesperson

social anxiety, fermented foods

To reduce social anxiety, try eating a little something fermented

by Erin Zagursky | June 18, 2015 Psychologists have traditionally looked to the mind to help people living with mental health issues. But a recent study led by William & Mary researchers shows that the stomach may also play a key role, suggesting that the old adage “you are what you eat” is more than a…

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Watch and read about my work as featured in the news

Coral Gables al Dia February 2014 discussing nutrigenomics, food cravings and optimal health. Miami New Times Probiotic Supplements: Should You Be Popping Bacteria Pills?  Tampa Highlands Today Eating Local Will Require Flexibility.  América TeVé El Miami on “Los Arrebatados” appearing as invited guest contributing to panel discussion and talking about my book “How Benefit Finding…

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